The speaker uses multiple audience interaction techniques throughout the talk, from engaging the audience physically during the opening and close of the talk, through to asking quick questions like, ‘Anybody remember their first day at … Continue reading 3 Reasons to watch this talk: Tania Katan
This month’s challenge might sound simple, but I have seen first-hand how hard it is for my brilliant speaker clients to do! So I dare you to do it, and do it again… My challenge … Continue reading Do it, I dare you!
This is such an engaging talk, packed with wonderful stories and lessons. Excellent use of ‘nested lists’ as a simple structure that then allows for great creativity. He tells us the 3 things that the … Continue reading 3 Reason to watch this talk: Randy Pausch
My speaker challenge for you this month is based on a real-life challenge. I’ve been helping some of my conference speakers with this over the last couple of weeks and it’s been super useful. Here’s … Continue reading Pitch it
TED talks have become quite the phenomenon, with some of the top ones viewed millions of times online. For good reason. At their best we see superb examples of speakers sharing ‘an idea worth spreading’, … Continue reading 3 things speakers can learn from ‘TED Talks’ by Chris Anderson
This month’s challenge is focused on something super useful, that we really don’t talk about enough when it comes to speaking…SIGNPOSTING In every day life, signposting quickly catches our attention and communicates meaning….I know to … Continue reading Signposting for Speakers
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There is so much that we can learn, both as coaches and speakers, from sports psychology. One of my all-time favourite books from this field is ‘The Champion’s Mind’ by Jim Afremow. It is packed … Continue reading 3 things speakers can learn from ‘The Champion’s Mind’ by Jim Afremow